Trapped In The Barnyard

By Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus

Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus: Well, Toadette and Daisy make a cute couple. No, I don't mean it like that, you freaks. OR DO I? ...Meh, what do you lot care. Enjoy the story. You perverted freaks of nature.


Princess Daisy and Toadette were having a walk around the Mushroom Kingdom, just minding their own business in the world as several Goombas and Koopas watched them. They passed several cows eating, heading westward as they were in the peaceful rural Moo Moo Meadows.

"Say, Toadette, whatcha wanna do?" Daisy asked as she wrapped her arms around the back of her head.

Toadette shrugged as she merrily whistled. "Oh, I don't know. I'm just happy enjoying this nice weather."

Suddenly, the clear blue sky was filled with dark, stormy clouds, and lightning struck as thunder boomed loudly, winds blowing harshly towards the north as it started pouring heavily. Daisy and Toadette looked at each other, both of them soaked and wet.

"We'd better get inside somewhere," Daisy suggested as she picked up Toadette and ran westward, hoping to find shelter.

Luckily for the two females, there was an empty farmhouse nearby for them to rest in during the rain. Toadette noticed this as she pointed at it, telling Daisy to go into the farmhouse.

Daisy glanced down at Toadette briefly. "Are you sure, Toadette?"

Toadette nodded as she kept pointing. "There's no point in not going inside."

Daisy shrugged, and ran in just in time, before being zapped by a white lightning bolt. Placing Toadette down, Daisy shut the door twice, sighing as she rubbed her forehead.

"Phew! That was too close," Daisy admitted as she bent down to face Toadette, "So, what's the plan now?"

Toadette rubbed her right arm. "Actually, that's the rather hard part..." She gulped as she glanced forward, to see how huge the barn was. "I haven't been in a place like this since I was a toddler..."

Daisy had an odd look on her face. "What do you mean?"

Toadette turned back to Daisy, her hands behind her back as she innocently chimed, "I mean, we might be screwed, Daisy."

Daisy's frown grew larger as her face appeared grim. "You mean..."

Toadette nodded sadly.

Daisy started to sniffle as her lips trembled, her eyes filling up with tears as she hugged Toadette tightly, crying loudly as tears washed down from her eyes, creating a puddle of tears. Toadette screamed, being muffled as she was pushed into Daisy's breasts.